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NEW YORK (AP) — Insurance giant American International Group Inc. said Thursday that it’s selling part of its stake in Asian insurer AIA Group Ltd. and plans to pay off more of its loans from the U.S. government.

AIG said that proceeds from the sale of up to $2 billion of AIA shares to certain big investors will be used for general corporate purposes, including possible stock buybacks. Meanwhile, the insurer’s board also approved the repurchase of up to $5 billion of shares of its common stock from the U.S. government.

 

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